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    File:Hokkaido-icon.png Yezomushirball File:Hokkaido-icon.png

    File:Russia-icon.png: Йезомуширмяч
    : 北海道球/Хоккайдо-кю

    : Ainu mosir
    GovernmentFile:Republic-icon.png Unitary republic
    Language(s)File:Russia-icon.png Russian

    Ainu languages

    • Yezomushir Ainu
    TypeFile:1-icon.png 1ball

    File:Tokugawa-icon.png Japonic

    File:Slavs-icon.png Slavic (since 1945)
    CapitalFile:Sapporo-icon.png Satporopetsk
    Affiliation CSTOball


    File:Eurasian Union-icon.png Eurasian Unionball
    Religion(s) Christianity
    • Eastern Orthodoxy

    File:Shintoism-icon.png Shintoism

    Ainu Animism
    Relations and opinions
    FriendsFile:Russia-icon.png Best neighbour and best friend

    Dad (RIP)
    File:Belarus-icon.png Belarusball
    File:Cuba-icon.png Cubaball

    Enemies USAball (formerly)

    File:Japanese-Empire-icon.png Evil grandparent

    File:Kosovo-icon.png Kosovo je Srbija
    LikesNoodles, Ainu, Snow, Pokémon 4th generation, Snow, Lucas, Dawn, Turtwig, Chimchar, Piplup, 1972 Winter Olympics, farms, Soviet nostalgia
    DislikesMeiji, Imperialism, Blizzards,Team Galactic,Volo, Sushi, being called "Ezo" or "Hokkaido"
    Historical information
    Predecessor Soviet Unionball ( Yezomushiran SSRball)
    Is of importants
    Can into space?TBA
    BörkREMOVE SUSHI!!!, yezo yezo, mushir mushir, turtle sound, Monkey sound, Penguin sound, Blastix Riotz Blastix Riotz
    FoodOhaw, citatap, rataskep, sayo, sito, berry, vodka

    Sinnohball Hisuiball Yezomushirball is an island country in far eastern Asia. Yezomushir, formerly known as Ezoball and then as Hokkaidoball under Japanese administration, is a large island in northern Japanese archipelago, with a vast area of farms, mountains, small towns, and cities like Satporopetsk[1], Chyupetsk[2] and Yuzhno-Golovninsk[3]. Yezomushir's population is around 5.5 million people.

    The climate is generally milder in summer and absolute damn fridge freezing in winter. Yezomushir is crossed by a mountain range and is famous for its natural scenery, including natural forests, active volcanoes, and several lakes.

    Yezomushir was colonized in the 16th century by Japanballs who began to trade with local native Ainuballs, but it was only in the 19th century that the island was fully settled by the Japanese during the Meiji administration. In August 1945, Soviet Unionball invaded Hokkaidoball and then properly annexed it as Yezomushiran SSRball in 1946. During the Soviet period, the island was mass russified. After Soviet Unionball dissolved in 1991, File:Hokkaido-icon.png Yezomushirball became an independent country.

    The the 2 main ethnic groups and languages are File:Russia-icon.png Russian and Japanese, although there are some small groups of native Ainuballs, plus few Ukraineballs and Tajikistanballs who came there during the Soviet period. The dialect of Japanese spoken in Yezomushir has many Russian loan words and is written in both cyrillic (due to Russification in Soviet era) and Japanese characters, but is similar to the Standard Japanese of Tokyo because most of the ethnic Japanese here are descendants of settlers of the 19th century. There are many large farms, so the Yezomushir dialect tends to be associated with bighearted and easygoing farmers. Similarly, the dialect of Russian spoken in Yezomushir is similar to that of multiple regions of Russia due to Soviet-era Russian settlement and immigration to the island, but it has multiple loan words from Japanese.


    • Sorachiball
    • Ishikarball
    • Shibereshiball
    • Iburiball
    • Ponayskyball[4]
    • Oshimaball
    • Hiyamaball
    • Kamikawaball
    • Rumoyball[5]
    • Yamvakanayskyball[6]
    • Okhotskball
    • Tokatiball[7]
    • Kushirball
    • Nimurball


    1. Formerly known as Sapporo until 1946.
    2. Formerly known as Asahikawa until 1946.
    3. Formerly known as Hakodate until 1946.
    4. Formerly known as Hidaka until 1946
    5. Formerly known as Rumoi until 1946
    6. Formerly known as Soya until 1946
    7. Formerly known as Tokachi until 1946
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